A fabric sculpture on a pedestal, showcasing a blend of various materials in an artistic form.

What’s Broken Is Still Beautiful: The Sculptures of Deborah McDuff Williams

This summer, in the center of the main gallery of the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties in Riverside, California, there stood a giant assembled artwork: a bouquet of wood with sticks, diverse colored beads, ropes, and dowels of different sizes sticking out in all directions, all topped off by a barrel that represented the hull of a ship, filled with a few dozen dried, carefully decorated palm fronds. An intricate assemblage full of story and suffering.

Stefanie Paredes, Antioch Voices

To Be a Writer With Grief

Antioch Voices is a forum that allows members of our community to speak about an issue important to them. In this piece, coinciding with Gallbladder Cancer and Bile Duct Cancer Awareness Month, MFA student Stefanie Paredes considers what it means to be a writer with grief.

Barbara Berg Publishes Two Poems

Barbara Berg ‘10 (Los Angeles, MFA) had two poems published in issue TQ27 of Tupelo Quarterly, “Something about vibration and sensory neurons” and “Even in this mess, something smells good…

Antioch Voices- Nik Castle

International Day of Tolerance

Declared a holiday by UNESCO in 1996, the International Day for Tolerance commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of a Declaration of Principles on Tolerance by United Nations Member States on November 16, 1995. The UN declared 1995 as the Year for Tolerance…

Ed Droste ’22

Ed Droste ’22 (Los Angeles, MA), the well-known front man of the indie rock band Grizzly Bear, has recently embarked on a unique career change, obtaining a license as an…

Erica Holmes Publishes Groundbreaking Book

Erica Holmes, PsyD, Associate Program Chair and the Director of the Psychological Trauma Studies Specialization in the MA in Clinical Psychology program at the Los Angeles campus, has published Black…